4 Security Risks of Staying on Atlassian Server
After February 15th, 2024, Atlassian will cease support and upgrades for its Server products. This means that those who still have Confluence, Jira, or JSM on the Server platform will no longer receive standard technical support, security updates, or vulnerability fixes. Renewing, expanding, or reducing the number of licenses for the core products will also not be possible.
This is what you risk if Atlassian tools are not moved to the cloud
From February 15th Atlassian's server products will be phased out in favor of cloud-based versions. Just weeks before this significant shift, there are still many who have not formulated a plan for the migration process. This surprises IT company Computas, one of Norway's largest providers of Atlassian products and services.
To prepare data for AI, a cleanup is often required. AI can help with that.
Successful AI is closely tied to having access to relevant, high-quality data. However, Director of Data and Analytics at Computas, Anders Elton, suggests that there is hope for those who have unstructured data they cannot leverage. Perhaps AI can be the solution to refine inaccessible data for your business?
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Generative AI Live
Computas is very happy to be present as a sponsoring partner at Google Generative AI Live in Oslo on December 5th 2023
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Øredev Developer Conference 2023
ØREDEV 2023 was more than just a tech or IT conference, it was where possibilities were redefined! Øredev's 17th Edition theme, "Halt and Catch Fire," invited you to challenge the conventional and to envision a world transformed by technology, starting from scratch. The conference contemplated the unique opportunity to rethink our impact on the world. Mads Opheim, a Computas developer, attended with a talk.
Computas supports the annual Norwegian telethon
This week the annual Norwegian telethon TV-aksjonen is taking place, and there will be high levels of activity and generosity from Computas in support of this years beneficiary Save the Children. Computas has been a regular contributor to TV-aksjonen since 2018 and is once again actively engaged this year.
Norwegian Google expert Computas opens office in Malmö
During the Google Cloud Summit in Stockholm, Computas, one of the largest Google Cloud partners in the Nordics, revealed that they are now opening an office in Sweden. The IT company has offices in Norway, Denmark and Romania and are already serving customers in the Malmö region.